My twin sister is a cautious person, she likes to lots of preparations to decrease the chances of making mistake. One example is a few months ago, we needed to go to PCC, which is located at Pasadena. It is far away from where we live, and we need to take Metro bus since we don’t drive. We didn’t know what buses we should take, so my sister went online to do research. She used Google map to find out we needed to take buses for twice, she didn’t stop and tried to find out more routes so that we could have more choices.
The second example is about getting classes. Even though we got some classes at ELAC, we wanted to see if we could get some at PCC. A few weeks before the day we could get classes, my sister checked the schedule and made a plan that contained what classes we should get. We could find out how many seats of a class are left on PCC’s website, so my sister made more than two alternative plans according those information in case classes are full.
A few days before the fall session began, my sister found out what books she needed. On the Welcome day, she went to the school store to look for those books, marked down the prices. After she went to a bookmark outside of the school in case books at school are sold out, which I don’t think that would happen, to make sure she could get the books she want at the first day of school.
I think being careful is not a bad thing, and we could always get benefits from it. I think I should learn to do that for causing less trouble.